Psyche Shield - Chrissie Buhr

Psyche Shield

By Chrissie Buhr

  • Release Date - Published: 2014-09-30
  • Book Genre: Fantasy
  • Author: Chrissie Buhr
Our rating: 5/5 stars

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Wolves distrust Mages and their ability to manipulate the mind. Sadie is Mage and mated to Billie, Beta of the local Wolf Pack. After proving her loyalty and promising to stay out of Pack minds, Billie’s Alpha permits Sadie to live in Wolf territory but denies her Pack Status because of her heritage.
“He believes you upset the balance of the pack. Your presence causes trouble no matter what your motives are. He knows we're telling the truth. If you were like other Mages, he would be dead, I would be Alpha, and you'd be on your way to having an army of Wolves at your disposal. He believes you won't hurt us, but he also believes a Mage doesn't belong with Wolves or in Pack business. He thinks there will be problems if you're called Pack in any way.” Sadie hates proving the Alpha right.

A Wolf from a neighboring pack, injured and in need of help, brings danger from without. When the stranger's packmates find out about the Mage living in a Wolf Pack they believe the worst. In the midst of it all, Sadie must come to terms with a prophecy about her and endeavor to fulfill it. Her actions will determine the fate of every race.

This book contains descriptions of lesbian sex. If you're under 18 years old or you object for any reason, then this isn't the book for you. Otherwise, enjoy!

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